Underbuilding

Un´der`build`ing


n.1.Same as Substruction.
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Montana was not included in the group of underbuilding states in the EcoNorthwest analysis.
Since then, years of underbuilding, rising rents and cuts to social housing benefits have exacerbated the problem .
"Although construction is increasing in many regions, inventory remains scarce due to strong buyer demand and years of underbuilding. Even these affordable markets run the risk of what we've seen elsewhere if they aren't able to keep pace with new construction.
"Building activity came to a near-standstill when the housing market collapsed, and now a decade later, years of underbuilding have left a gap of millions of homes missing from the American housing stock," said Zillow Senior EconomistAaron Terrazas.
"Years of underbuilding means demand would have to fall very dramatically to meet the low level of supply increases."
"Years of underbuilding means demand would have to fall dramatically to meet the low level of supply increases."
"Years of underbuilding mean that demand would have to fall very dramatically to meet the low level of supply increases.
For example, the percent increase in prices from 2000Q1 to 2006Q4, %GainHPI, has a mean of 37.7% and ranges from--4.7% to 137.4%, with a standard deviation of 33.3% while building relative to population growth, %ExcessPermits, ranges from areas with substantial underbuilding at--10.5% to areas with substantial overbuilding at 14.7%.
Leading up to the Great Recession, all commercial real estate sectors were at full-throttle except multifamily, which was underbuilding.
The tendency to prison overcrowding in the federal part of the system and to underbuilding in the local part follows directly." (59) And Daniel D'Amico describes the process of calculating criminal sentencing lengths to suffer from knowledge problems, rent-seeking, capture, and political interests.
Instead, he tells them that a good rule of thumb for avoiding overbuilding or underbuilding is to spend between 15% and 18% of the home's value on remodeling a kitchen and between 10% and 12% on the master bath.